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There is so much on offer with a golf break in Yorkshire. Be it a golf break in Leeds, playing home to the first Ryder Cup course on home soil at Moortown or at Ganton, which hosted the Walker Cup.

Golf Breaks in Yorkshire can also mean playing some little known gems like Woodsome Hall or the more  famous like Fulford in York. Whatever you need,...
Yorkshire

There is so much on offer with a golf break in Yorkshire. Be it a golf break in Leeds, playing home to the first Ryder Cup course on home soil at Moortown or at Ganton, which hosted the Walker Cup.

Golf Breaks in Yorkshire can also mean playing some little known gems like Woodsome Hall or the more  famous like Fulford in York. Whatever you need, we'll find a great golfing holiday in Yorkshire just for you.
 

Popular Golf Courses In Yorkshire:

There is so much on offer with a golf break in Yorkshire. Be it a golf break in Leeds, playing home to the first Ryder Cup course on home soil at Moortown or at Ganton, which hosted the Walker Cup.

Golf Breaks in Yorkshire can also mean playing some little known gems like Woodsome Hall or the more  famous like Fulford in York. Whatever you need, we’ll find a great golfing holiday in Yorkshire just for you.

  • Fulford Golf
  • Woodsome Hall Golf Course
  • Sandburn Hall
  • Oulton Hall
  • aldwark manor golf
There’s no doubt Fulford is a proper test of golf but it’s also a fair one and one that everyone can enjoy. Remember, we want you to have a day to remember and not a day where you’ve been knee-high in the hay hunting for golf balls.
 
Woodsome Hall Golf Club offers a wonderful golfing experience starting, with a gem of a course which provides a challenge for golfers of all standards. Relax in our 16th Century Grade 1 listed clubhouse and enjoy our quality food and service. For golfing breaks we have an 8 twin bedroomed Dormy House on site. Each room has en-suite, TV, and Wi-Fi access. Pricing Details from Dave Carlisle Manager.
 
Sandburn Hall also boasts an 18 hole Championship Golf Course. The Par 72, 6700 yard course set in beautiful Vale of York countryside is designed to challenge golfers of all abilities. Each of the 18 holes has unique challenges with woodlands, streams and lakes providing their own hazards.
 
Set amongst 300 acres of stunning Yorkshire parkland, the meandering fairways and perfect greens of the Calverley and Hall courses are a good test for golfers of all abilities. See the church spires rise from the fairways as you navigate up to 27 holes of sheer golfing pleasure.
 
Golfers of all abilities are blown away by our stunning course here in the Yorkshire countryside. The course has a variety of natural features throughout, from the winding River Ure to water hazards and forestry. 72 par, 18 hole course of 6187 yards
 
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Popular Accommodations in Yorkshire:
  • Aldwark Manor Golf and Spa Hotel
  • Hollins Hall Golf and Country Club
  • QHotels Oulton Hall
  • Swinton Park
  • The Grand, York

Aldwark Manor Golf and Spa Hotel is a magnificent golf and spa hotel near York and Harrogate. Set in 185 acres of beautiful countryside, this four-star hotel provides a complete escape for both business and leisure guests. Their first-rate facilities include a challenging 18-hole golf course set amidst the rolling Yorkshire Dales as well as a spa and health club for complete relaxation. Combining old and new, the historic manor house offers elegant bedrooms with unique period features, while contemporary rooms are also available.

Formerly a Marriott hotel, Hollins Hall Hotel, Golf and Country Club, offers a venue for an unforgettable country getaway. We welcome you to West Yorkshire with a superb location on 200 acres of lush, immaculately landscaped grounds, as well as impeccable service and a host of amenities.
 
Just five miles from Leeds, Oulton Hall is close enough to the buzz of city life if you want the bright lights. But set among the rolling countryside, it’s also perfect for those moments when all you crave is peace and quiet. Make yourself at home in one of their spacious suites or get down to some serious pampering with a massage or facial in their glorious spa – your skin will be positively glowing afterwards. A dip in our heated indoor pool will set you up for the day, or perhaps a vigorous workout in the techno gym is more your thing?
 
The Swinton Park Hotel, a luxury Grade II* castle set in beautiful parkland grounds at the centre of the Swinton Estate. Owned by the Cunliffe-Lister family since the 1880s, and the ancestral seat of the Earl of Swinton, guests at the hotel enjoy a traditional, yet informal stately home experience. Rooms are furnished with antiques and family portraits, with the warmth and grandeur of a traditional English country house.
 
As one of the UKs top five-star hotels, the Grand York Hotel prides them self on impeccable service and always going the extra mile for our guests. From their award-winning cookery school and indulgent spa to our wonderful array of food and beverage outlets, the hotel offers indulgence for all. As one of the best luxury hotels in York, when visiting, guests are guaranteed to experience ultimate elegance. 
 
After The Golf:
Aysgarth Falls and Hardraw Force
 
Lace up your walking boots, for there are waterfalls to marvel at; Aysgarth Falls and Hardraw Force are must-sees. With walks winding through the wooded valley, breathtaking views of the river and falls are guaranteed. Keep your eyes out for squirrels and deer, as well as wild flowers in the spring and summer.
 
Fountains Abbey
 
Yorkshire is home to some beautiful abbeys, and Fountains doesn’t disappoint. The remarkably well-preserved Cistercian monastery ruins promises a fascinating day out. The adjoining Studley Royal Water Garden, designed in the 18th century, gives ample opportunity to stretch those legs - keep your eyes peeled for deer!
 
Malham Tarn
 
This outstanding area of limestone pavements, upland hill farms and flower-rich hay meadows provide a marvellous setting for walking, cycling or just enjoying the great outdoors. The National Nature Reserve is home to a unique community of rare plants and animals - the bird hide in particular is worth a visit.
 
The Three Peaks
 
The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. These peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Travelling To Yorkshire:
Easily accessible via the M1 and M62.

Yorkshire is pretty easy to access via:

  • car.
  • Taxi.
  • Uber.
  • Train.
  • Coach.

Travel time with vary depending on where you're travelling from.

 

Yorkshire - Weather Guide:

The best times to visit Yorkshire for ideal weather are June 18th to September 2nd based on average temperature and humidity from NOAA. The very warmest time to visit Yorkshire, the hottest months are July, August, and then June. See average monthly temperatures below. The warmest time of year is generally late July where highs are regularly around 21.8°C with temperatures rarely dropping below 9.1°C at night.

Golf travel tips for North Yorkshire Best months for golfing weather are May to September.

 

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